Let the Threads Bind the Emotions This Raksha Bandhan !!!

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Festivals are the best time to splurge in the splendid world of Indian ethnic wear that showcases some magnificent gems in the form of exquisite and stunning attires. The festive season in India is a splash of colour, culture, happiness and of course ethnic wear.  The amazing part about the festive celebration in India is that it never slows down.  And this Marathon of festivals and growing demand for fashion has made things hundred times crazier, vivid and prettier than before. Festivals in India are not just a celebration or a part of rituals but it unfolds great emotions and sentiments among individuals that make these festivals even more special.

As the most significant festival of India, Raksha Bandhan is just around a corner, we have gathered some ‘must have’ Chikan traditional wear pieces that you will love to add to your wardrobe. Reminiscent of splendour and luxury, Chikan dresses are ideal attire to glam up your look this festive season. This Raksha Bandhan, celebrate with your siblings to recreate the magic and to nurture the special relationship that you share with them that too in a stylish way.

The Traditional Chikan Saree

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Chikan Saree is definitely a ‘must have’ attire for all woman worldwide. It has all the ingredients that can instantly add a right charm and poise to your look. Chikan Saree is a pure form of art, in fact as pure as the bond of brother and sisters. Not only this, these Sarees are a perfect exemplary of true craftsmanship as it brilliantly reflects the pains and efforts incorporated by the artisans and craftsmen to create them. Chikan Sarees comes in many vibrant and voguish colours that beautifully enhance your feminine look.

The Exquisite Chikan Suit

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Perfect for all festive seasons, the royal and authentic look of Chikan suits makes it one of the best attires to flaunt your look this festive season. The essence and demand of Chikankari suits are never ending. Eye-pleasing colours, soft and smooth fabric and intricate embroidery of these Chikan suits will make you leave with eye glazes wherever you go.

The Gorgeous Chikan Lehenga
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Often considered as the Ideal outfit for the wedding ceremonies, you would love to know that Chikan Lehengas can be worn on various other important events, ceremonies and festivals like Raksha Bandhan. Worldwide known for its elegance, simplicity, charisma and royalty, Chikan Lehenga is a perfect attire to give your look a desi style. In place of buying the whole set, you can also go for Lehenga and long choli that looks both classy and chic.

The Authentic Chikan Kurta

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Chikan Kurtas are the perfect attire to freshen up your look this Raksha Bandhan. Designed with absolute perfection, intricate embroideries and beautiful motifs, nothing can beat the charm that Chikan Kurta provides you. Chiffon, Georgette, Cotton, Chanderi and various other fine quality cloths is used to give a ravishing look to these Kurtas. Females can team a Kurta with contrast Palazzos, Leggings, Churidaars, Denims and matching Dupattas. Men can simply wear it with pyjama or denim. Chikan Kurtas are ideal for the gifting purpose too as it can instantly bring a smile on anyone’s face.

The classy Chikan Top

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Both modern and trendy, Chikan short Kurtis or tops are the coolest yet authentic attire to flaunt your look this Raksha Bandhan. Classy Chikan Short Kurtis and Tops is a sure shot way to get the trendy and charismatic look. Easy to carry and maintain, Chikan tops comes in beautiful colour palettes and soft smooth fabric. You can choose between a heavy embroidered top to lighter simple and sober one as per the occasion and your requirement.

This Raksha Bandhan, revive your wardrobe with these gorgeous Chikan attires to celebrate the eternal tradition of love with Chikankari dress. And don’t forget- Festivals are all about sharing love and happiness- so bring your loved ones some beautifully designed Chikan dresses by Ada Chikan and make their Raksha Bandhan, a special one.

  • By Neha Dubey
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